- Digital Programs
Jewish scholar and resident of San Francisco, Calif.
Collection #:BANC MSS 2010/523
Henry Cohn was born in 1831 in Dobrzyn, a town on the Polish-Prussian border.
Mary Cohn was born in China; she also lived in Hawaii and in San Mateo, California.
The collection contains Mary Cohn’s papers and a few photographs of her and members of her family.
Morris Corinson was born in Poland. He immigrated to the U.S. and arrived in San Francisco in the 1850s. Morris' son, Jacob, later joined with Arthur H.
Lloyd William Dinkelspiel Sr. was an attorney and a partner in the San Francisco law firm of Heller, Ehrman, White, McAuliffe.
The collection consists of a flyer, in both Yiddish and English, for a performance of Dus Pintele Yud that was then playing at the Ebell Hall at 1440 Harrison Street in Oakland, California.
The collection consists of a letter written, in 1855, by Julius Eckman, the rabbi of San Francisco’s Congregation Emanu-El, to Solomon Nunes Carvalho, who served as the official photographer of Joh
Harold Edelstein was president of the Manasse-Block Tanning Company in Berkeley, Calif.; member of the Advisory Committee of
Lily Podvidz (1915-1981) was born in San Francisco and lived in Petaluma, California during the 1920s. She later worked in Washington, D.C.